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Roy Ngerng’s potted plant investigated for suspected breeding of dengue mosquitoes

Posted on 11 June 2014

When the hammer falls, the hammer falls.


CPF blogger Roy Ngerng’s potted plant outside his HDB flat along the corridor has been investigated for the suspected breeding of dengue mosquitoes.

This after a barrage of sanctions have supposedly been levied on Ngerng, where he was sacked from Tan Tock Seng Hospital yesterday for using Facebook when he should be nursing and speaking on a grass patch over the weekend at Hong Lim Park.

And there are murmurings online that his hawker father has been called out for cleanliness issues at his stall.

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who do the mozzie wipeout steps, said they feel the shit this time has really hit the fan.

Hong Gan Leow, a local, said: “First, he got fired. Then his dad kenna arrow for cleanliness. Then now his potted plant suspected of spreading dengue.”

“When they’re out to get you, they’re out to get you. Wonder what would happen next? Roy Ngerng’s dog investigated for suspected rabies and quarantined?”

At press time, Ngerng’s dog has been investigated for rabies and quarantined.


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